note: Recycling isn't easy on an island without a recycling plant. It all has to go some other place than here, logistics and cost involved quite different than the mainland when you think about it. So please try not to be too impatient with our baby step efforts nor complain when you have to take a little drive to dispose of your recycling items in the proper place.
|There was even a Recycling Queen!|
A little farther down the road, some really serious recycling was going on. The plane that crashed was entirely dismantled and put into this truck. Really. I wish I'd had time to take more photos of the process because going by it a few times in the course of the day it was pretty incredible to see. By the time I was heading home around 7-ish, the area was completely cleared and cleaned up.
I figured since I had all the paperwork and the afternoon was free, I might as well head over to Fajardo and take care of all things boat. I almost did.
|I have to say, as much as it can be a hassle sometimes, I do love riding the ferry for the views. |
Well, if it's not raining, which it was not.
|At about this part in the trip, with Culebra in easy sight, you just want to be home.|
|The sunset was a good distraction for the last part of the journey.|
|“We do not want our chains more comfortable, we want them removed.” - Arch (one of The Elders)|
Have a make your travel fun Thursday! Do something tapping your toes.